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Swelling above testicle
An_241894 posted:
I took a knee right about my left testicle today. There is a lot of swelling right above the left testicle. The swollen spot and testicle is very sore to touch.
sie7e responded:
Ice it off, but you should deff see a doctor because trauma to the testicle can cause severe problems if not checked.
counterso replied to sie7e's response:
NEVER ice your genitals! Go to the hospital immediately, you have trauma and it needs to be addressed. Sie7e is correct that you must see a doctor because trauma needs to be treated immediately to prevent permanent damage.
sie7e replied to counterso's response:
Im sorry, i have been told on more than one ocasion to ice my genitals, never directly always through a cloth or something. but i have repeatedly iced my genitals and been told to do so by a urologist.

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